By providing new and gently used sneakers for kids in need anywhere in the world, these teens give kids kicks and confidence.
Amber Gray got a second chance at life, and now she's following the advice of her famous great-grandfather, civil rights leader Benjamin Hooks.
When Michael Hodge and his family found themselves at the center of an internet firestorm, they made something good out of all the negativity.
Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have shared, swiped, traded, bargained, and blamed ever since the first settlers drifted down the Ohio River.
Nicholas Longworth turned Cincinnati hillsides into vineyards and created a local wine industry. Today, Kate MacDonald looks to Longworth for inspiration.
Six years after a local spine surgeon fled the country to avoid criminal prosecution, his victims and their families fight for their day in court.
Cecil Jackson Jr. has been bonding with and taking care of the Cincinnati Zoo’s elephants practically his entire life. He’s determined to prepare the animals, and the zoo itself, for a better future.
It's been 50 years since Woodstock, "Three Days of Peace and Music." We know about the rain, the traffic, the music. Now, we know these local stories.
The ancient mounds offer tantalizing clues to the American Indians who built them—and they could get even more attention if they're tapped by UNESCO.
A June 2018 fire at Molly Malone’s in Pleasant Ridge significantly damaged the Irish pub and destroyed the Coffee Exchange next door. Putting things back the way they were is harder than it looks.